Coolfields Consulting Posts Tagged ‘Headings’

Accessibility Checklist

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This accessibility checklist was created to accompany my presentation entitled ‘How to Build an Accessible WordPress Theme’ for WordCamp London 2019 – held on 5th – 7th April 2019. The checklist contains a reminder of all the little tips and tricks that can make a theme more accessible. There’s advice for content authors/editors too.

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Video: How Do I Know My WordPress Website is Accessible?

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In February 2014 I presented to WordPress London Meetup Group on some easy checks that anyone can do on their own websites to help make their WordPress website accessible. And here is the video of my presentation, along a with a transcript, the slides and the list of questions. When doing accessibility testing I often […]

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WordPress and Accessibility – a11yLDNmeetup December 1st 2011

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Here is my ‘script’ from a lightning talk I gave to the inaugural a11yLDNmeetup in London on 1st December 2011.

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Using Headings Properly

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Within your web pages the correct use of headings is very important for two main reasons: 1) To signpost your content for your users, and 2) To help with search engine optimization (SEO).

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